ESPN's NFL draft guru, Mel Kiper, has revised his Big Board after Week 4, and there has been a bit of movement for the Big Ten's top draft prospects.
This is all ESPN Insider stuff, folks, but here are the Big Ten nuggets:
Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn moves up one spot to No. 7.
Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan, the Big Ten's top defensive player this year, moves up three spots to No. 10.
Ohio State DL Cameron Heyward moves down a spot to No. 16.
Kiper also has new lists for the top 5 seniors and top 5 non-seniors.
Ohio State's Brandon Saine is the No. 5 running back.
Wisconsin's Lance Kendricks is the No. 1 tight end.
Wisconsin's Gabe Carimi is the No. 5 offensive tackle.
Penn State' Stefen Wisniewski is the No. 2 center (he plays guard this year).
Iowa's Clayborn is the No. 1 defensive end, while Purdue's Kerrigan is No. 2 and Ohio State's Heyward is No. 4.
Michigan State's Greg Jones is the No. 1 inside linebacker.
Ohio State's Ross Homan is the No. 4 outside linebacker.
Iowa's Ryan Donahue is the No. 1 punter.
Penn State's Joe Suhey is the No. 4 fullback.
Northwestern's Al Netter is the No. 4 offensive tackle.
Purdue's Ken Plue is the No. 5 guard.
Ohio State's Michael Brewster is the No. 1 center.
Michigan's David Molk is the No. 5 center.
Wisconsin's J.J. Watt is the No. 4 defensive end.
Wisconsin's Philip Welch is the No. 3 kicker.
Two things surprise me: no Big Ten seniors listed at the guard spots, and not many Big Ten non-seniors listed, period. I have a feeling that guys like Wisconsin running back John Clay, Northwestern tight end Drake Dunsmore, Indiana wide receiver Tandon Doss and Ohio State receiver DeVier Posey will make the list soon.